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Unable to move faces?

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FrodoLoggins
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Unable to move faces?

So I want to move the faces highlighted in blue in the direction shown:

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So that this is the result:

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Just stretch this face:

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But I keep getting these errors:

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I'm not trying to delete a chamfer/fillet and it seems like this should be a pretty straight forward thing to be able to do.

 

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Message 2 of 5

Fusion is failing because of this fillet, delete it and it works fine. The error message is vague but it's about recreating the fillets after the move. Was the body created in Fusion or is it an import?

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Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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Looking closer I think Fusion is trying to deleting the small fillet then adding it back after the move.

 

Behind the scenes Fusion is deleting this fillet. If you try deleting this fillet you get an error because the new corner would stick out past the larger fillet below.

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If there's more room between those 2 fillets Fusion has no problem. 

Here I moved the small fillet and face etc. to give more room for fusion to untrim the reapply the fillet and moving the face you were trying to move works.

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Mark Hughes
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As long as the fillet in the bottom pocket is small enough so the edge of the flat face doesn't overlap move works.

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By reduced the bottom fillet to 0.015 it leaves 0.001 gap when the top fillet is removed.

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Right Click on Feature  once Popup shows click on Extrude and good to go 

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